Adobe Photoshop Express Reaches Version 2.0 Including a Redesigned Interface and New Options

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  • 24 Jan 2014
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  • Adobe has (finally) decided towards taking its Photoshop Express app for Android to the next level. The new version comes rebuilt from the ground up, bringing all sorts of improvements. New image tampering options have also been included along with the interface changes and many more features.


    The first thing to notice about Adobe Photoshop Express 2.0 is the all new interface, including tutorial elements that greet the user upon accessing the app for the first time. All action and option buttons have been placed so that they are a lot more accessible and new options have been included. To notice are the new one-touch filters and the auto-correction feature that works surprisingly well in managing to enhance the image.

    Photoshop Express 2.0 is now compatible with all Android versions – KitKat included. Probably one of the most important aspects regarding the new version refers to the all new processing engine. The app is now a whole lot faster when handling photos stored on the device’s memory or SD card and can also handle larger size images. For image adjustment the slider controls for exposure, temperature, highlights and such work even better than before making the app one of the best image editing solutions on the Store.

    It is available for download right now for free on the Google Play Store.

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